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All 93 | Routes | Areas | Photos 6 | Page Improvements | Comments 3 | Posts 27 | Stars 38 | Ratings 19
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Photo Caption Location Date
carrick bend, low bulk, strong

carrick bend, low bulk, strong

General Climbing : "double fisherman" vs. bend...

Oct 31, 2014

carrick bend

carrick bend

General Climbing : "double fisherman" vs. bend...

Oct 31, 2014

double sheet bend

double sheet bend

General Climbing : "double fisherman" vs. bend...

Oct 31, 2014

before

before

Climbing Gear Discussion : Metolius Resling Service : Post

Feb 15, 2013

after reslinging

after reslinging

Climbing Gear Discussion : Metolius Resling Service : Post

Feb 15, 2013

after OS soloing the first flat iron, direct route

after OS soloing the first flat iron, direct route

Dylan Dwyer : Conquistadors of the Useles...

May 2, 2012

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Climbing Skills : Preferred Knots for Rappell...
By: Dylan Dwyer When: Oct 31, 2014

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Comments: Why would you not use a bend to join two lines? either the carrick bend or double sheet bend? thanks


Location: IL : Jackson Falls : Battle Axe Tower : Viking Blood (5.12c)
By: Dylan Dwyer When: Mar 11, 2013

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Comments: really fun route up an appealing line at the left side of the tower. didn't think the crux was down low, where getting to the 2nd bold was pretty blank, but up higher where it was at least vertical with small dirty crimpers. Great finish crux but it doesn't let you relax anywhere


Location: NV : Red Rock : Second Pullout : Stone Wall
By: Dylan Dwyer When: Dec 9, 2012

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Comments: I'll repeat what I was told a couple years ago by a local, "Sweet Pain is a bunch of .10s that are rated .11, Stone Wall is the opposite." Of course this isn't totally true, but I agree that Stone Wall makes you work for it!


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Free Gear ThreadFOR SALE / WantedDylan DwyerNov 16, 2014
re: "double fisherman" vs. bends to join two lines?General ClimbingDylan DwyerNov 1, 2014
re: "double fisherman" vs. bends to join two lines?General ClimbingDylan DwyerOct 31, 2014
re: "double fisherman" vs. bends to join two lines?General ClimbingDylan DwyerOct 31, 2014
"double fisherman" vs. bends to join two lines?General ClimbingDylan DwyerOct 31, 2014
Dirtbags vs. The Corporate World, and all that other BSGeneral ClimbingDylan DwyerMar 30, 2014
re: Favorite/helpful SayingsGeneral ClimbingDylan DwyerMar 4, 2013
Nut Rack: Peenuts, Alloy Offsets, WC Superlight RocksClimbing Gear DiscussionDylan DwyerFeb 19, 2013
re: Which magazineGeneral ClimbingDylan DwyerFeb 19, 2013
re: Metolius Resling ServiceClimbing Gear DiscussionDylan DwyerFeb 15, 2013
re: Climbing PunsGeneral ClimbingDylan DwyerFeb 3, 2013
Big Stoppers, should I bring them on multipitch?Trad ClimbingDylan DwyerJan 29, 2013
re: Sport Climbing MovieSport ClimbingDylan DwyerJan 20, 2013
BD 5 or 6?Climbing Gear DiscussionDylan DwyerDec 17, 2012
re: High Fashion Quick Links????General ClimbingDylan DwyerDec 17, 2012
re: Figure 8 vs Double BowlineGeneral ClimbingDylan DwyerNov 25, 2012
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